New publication on the detection of buried palaeogeographical features using remote sensing time series

New publication on the detection of buried palaeogeographical features using remote sensing time series

November 21, 2022

The Earth Observation Research Hub just published a new paper titled “A new Google Earth Engine tool for spaceborne detection of buried palaeogeographical features – examples from the Nile Delta (Egypt)” by Tobias Ullmann, Eric Möller, Roland Baumhauer, Eva Lange-Athinodorou and Julia Meister in E&G Quaternary Science Journal (EGQSJ).

In this contribution we highlight  the application of a freely available tool for the Google Earth Engine for the spaceborne detection of buried palaeogeographical features. We show processing examples for the Nile Delta (Egypt) and how the remote sensing time series (MODIS, Landsat, Sentinel-2) are used to find hints of buried landforms, such as former river branches of the Nile.

Read the full article here: https://egqsj.copernicus.org/articles/71/243/2022/

 

 

 

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